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Friday, January 18, 2013

Creativity is your greatest asset ...

. . . unleash it this summer at
The Kenyon Review Writers Workshop: June 15-22, 2013
Ascension Hall
 



Writers Workshop

Middle Ground
 
Join us this summer for exciting, generative, and process-based workshops led by experienced instructors in a bucolic setting.

Building on the strong tradition of writing at Kenyon College, exemplified by KR founding editor John Crowe Ransom, and other members of the Kenyon School of English, The Kenyon Review has offered summer writing workshops for adults for over a decade.

This summer, workshops are offered in four genres:
  • Fiction
    • Instructors: Lee K. Abbott, Geeta Kothari,
      Nancy Zafris
  • Literary Nonfiction
    • Instructors: Rebecca McClanahan,
      Dinty W. Moore
  • Poetry
    • Instructors: David Baker, Carl Phillips
  • Literary Hybrid/Book Arts
    • Instructors: Gretchen E. Henderson
      and Ellen Sheffield
The 2013 Kenyon Review Writers Workshop runs from June 15th-22nd. The workshops are generative in nature, and participants can expect to work on new material each day. The workshop takes place at Kenyon College, recently named by Forbes as one of the world’s most beautiful college campuses. Join us for one of these exciting workshops!

Whether you’ve been writing for years, recently graduated from an MFA program, or have just now decided to take the leap out of your private notebooks and into a classroom, you’ll find a workshop here to help you accomplish your literary goals.

To learn more about the workshop, find application details here.

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